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HOW CAN I FIND PAGES THAT ARE HOSTED BY WWW.COMSER.COM ?

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HOW CAN I FIND PAGES THAT ARE HOSTED BY WWW.COMSER.COM ?
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Why not just e-mail them (mike@comser.com) and see if the are willing to divulge their client list? If you are planning on hosting with them, or even suggest it, they may be more willing to let you know who the currently satisfied clients are.

Otherwise, the only solution I can think of is:

1) Find out their IP address range and see which IPs have web sites, or
2) Use whois to find out who has Comser listed as the Techincal Contact.

Other than from the horse's mouth, so to speak, you will have a research project on your hands.
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Te server's name, adn Ip.
rds-gw.comser.ro  -- 193.231.238.91
nsor.comser.ro -- 194.176.174.1

No what?
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by:moorthy_kulumani
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go to www.netcraft.com
they will tell you who is the netblock owner for their site.(obviously their site will be in their range).
then click the netblock owner that will show you the sites
hosted by them.
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